There is always a common uncertainty, even for proficient writers on using “each” and “every” – they look similar in meaning, however, when placed in a different context and situation, they’re really different.
We are often perplexed, when using these prepositions of time. Though these words seem to be similar in meaning they can be used in different grammatical context. The following explanation and examples show the difference between during,
To have another language is to possess a second soul, and English is considered a language of wisdom. Have you ever thought about why English is considered a universal language? Why is it so important? Always in demand!
‘Should’, ‘would’, ‘could’ are modal auxiliary verbs that can be defined as past tense of ‘can, ‘shall’ and ‘will’.
Food is something that everyone needs and enjoy based on their preferences. However, most of us don’t know how to describe the taste of the food that we enjoyed. Here are some words that are commonly used to describe food: Acidic: A food with a sharp taste. Often used to refer to tart or sour […]
If you’re good at Grammar and you’re kind of stuck in the Intermediate Level for a really longtime, then this is the last thing you got to try to improve your English Speaking skills. Thinking in English You might have heard this piece of advice from a lot of different people but still you’re […]
‘Think in English’ is one common phrase we’ve all come across a million times. Since we are habitually bound to relating everything to our roots, let it be our mother tongue or home town etc., for that matter, we utterly fail to think in a foreign language like English. Instead, we naturally tend to learn […]